Does Unlimited Storage from Amazon Challenge Box (and Everyone Else)?

To date, cloud file-sharing and synch vendors have priced their services in part on the amount of storage you procure, but this model has been under increasing stress. In a previous blog, I’d mentioned:

I suspect most vendors will gradually lower their prices to remain competitive, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see unlimited (or very high) storage quotas becoming a norm in the near future….

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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

Webinar: Is Your ECM/DAM System Cloud Ready?

No ECM or DAM conversation is complete without a heated discussion about cloud services.
By “Cloud Services,” we mean to what extent can a particular solution get deployed in a cloud, by you, the vendor, or a third party. It’s actually not always a simple proposition, but as enterprises seek to decrease infrastructure spending and free up IT resources, the cloud has risen to the foref…

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Box Unboxing into Content and Collaboration

Box has been a popular vendor in file sync and sharing marketplace; however it now wants to move beyond that, fueled in part by new funding from its early 2015 IPO.
Box sees itself as a broader provider of content and collaboration services.  The vendor wants to become a content layer that licensees can use to build their own applications that access Box’s underlying services. This is a…

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Using ECM platforms for Digital Asset Management

Many of our customers — especially those who have invested in Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platforms from vendors such as EMC and Oracle — ask us if they can use DAM offerings from these vendors for their Digital Asset Management initiatives. As always, the answer is: It depends.
In general, there are three types of DAM systems within an ECM suite:

Where you use the general-purpose f…

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